A great gift for that special kinky someone in your life.
The Pixie Pendant Electrodes are the latest addition to the Dr. vonHertz lineup. They are fully functional electrodes, which are rather high intensity, compatible with the Charm system™, AND they can be worn in public as a pendant.
This model features rare meteor fragments from the Campo Cielo Meteor field in Northern Argentina. You may have always wanted to own a piece of meteorite. You can now own it, wear it as a pendant and use it in violet wand play.
Picture yourself or someone else wearing this lovely pendant out to dinner, maybe a social event. To Vanilla people, it's just a pendant with some cool meteorite fraagments To Kinky people, it's a violet wand electrode! You either know what it is, or you don't. All evening the anticipation builds. When it's playtime, just unclip the electrode from the chain and have fun!
The proper chain length draws the attention right where you want it.
This little innocent looking Pixie Electrode packs a surprising punch whether you use it in your Solid state wand or a full power mechanical wand.
You can punch it up even more by attaching a charm (sold separately) to the Charm System™ magnet located at the electrode tip. You can purchase one or more of electrode charms we offer in fetish and seductive tassel designs. Charms can also be created from common jewelry items like magnetic clasps, jump rings, chains, and pendants.
The glass envelope allows you to use charms made entirely of metal because the glass provides the important electrical safety barrier between the wand collet and the person.
All electrodes are hand polished with Cerium Oxide before shipment.
I do not recommend using glass electrodes for internal use.
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Check my Fetlife profile for pictures of other electrodes I have made.
CAUTION: While these electrodes are crafted from the highest quality annealed borosilicate glass, I do not recommend that you use them as an ignition source in fire play. Thermal shock can cause cracks in the glass which will let air into the tube and spoil the discharge. Is that a risk that you need to take with a one of a kind art piece? If you choose to do so, proceed at your own risk.
I do not recommend these pieces for internal play.